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‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Manga Getting Bundled Anime Episode

In a move that will give fans of the anime series Akatsuki no Yona hope for a second season, it’s been revealed that the 19th volume of the manga will have a limited edition bundle that includes an anime episode with it. The manga series from Mizuho Kusanagai is set to debut this volume on September 18th, 2015 and it looks like it’s adapting some of the fun bonus chapters from the 12th volume of the manga with a hot spring hotel story and a story about the character of Kija. The project is bringing back the cast and staff from the TV series, which gives hope that they’re doing this as a side project while advancing plans for another season of the series itself. READ MORE...

‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Debuts New Anime Key Visual

The official Twitter feed for Yona of the Dawn has updated with a really nicely done image for fans as we get ready to shift gears into the second half of the run. The show has been getting some pretty decent critical reception since it began and with it continuing the second half right after the first without a break, fans are excited to keep digging deeper into what the show is all about. READ MORE...

‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Adds Second Subtitled Anime Clip

As we inch closer to the end of the first half of  Akatsuki no Yona , FUNimation has made their way back round to this series with a new subtitled clip for the show. Localized as  Yona of the Dawn , the series is turning out to be a pretty decent one and you can read Kate’s take on the show far with out reviews  here . FUNimation simulcasts the series on Tuesdays at 11am ET  here .   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/12/10/akatsuki-no-yona-adds-second-subtitled-anime-clip/

‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Anime Gets New Key Visual Ahead Of New Promotional Trailer

Akatsuki no Yona  is doing pretty well out there this season and it’s going to get another push this weekend as Marvelous will be screening a new promotional video for it at the Animate Girls Festival. Ahead of that, the official site has posted up a new key visual for the series, giving us a very different look at Yona here with her hair cut short rather than the long style she has now. With the show set for two seasons, more marketing and promotion will certainly go on for it in order to keep folks interested and attempts to draw in new viewers as well.   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/11/07/akatsuki-no-yona-anime-gets-new-key-visual-ahead-of-new-promotional-trailer/

‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Adds First Subtitled Anime Clip

It’s still surprising in a lot of ways that FUNimation is able to do subtitled clips of at least some of their simulcast shows. It’s an ideal way to do a little extra marketing and bringing them out after the first big rush of new shows helps to remind fans about series they may have missed the first time around. They’re back with a new one today as they have a minute long look at one of the early key parts to the series  Akatsuki no Yona , aka  Yona of the Dawn . FUNimation simulcasts the series on Tuesdays at 11am ET  here .   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/10/27/akatsuki-no-yona-adds-first-subtitled-anime-clip/

FUNimation Adds ‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Anime Closing Song

As we get through more of the fall season, FUNimation is adding a few more things to their channel. The latest is the closing song sequence for  Akatsuki no Yona , aka  Yona of the Dawn . The closing  song sequence below is named Yoru  and is performed by Vistlip.  FUNimation simulcasts the series on Tuesdays at 11am ET  here . The series will run for two seasons over the course of half a year. The manga began in 2009 in Hana to Yume and is still ongoing with over eleven volumes so far. The anime adaptation is being produced by Studio Pierrot with scripts by Shinichi Inotsume. The cast includes Chiwa Saito as Yona, Tomoaki Maeno as Hak Son, Junko Minagawa as Yoon, Masakazu Morita as Ki-Ja, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Shin-Ah, Junichi Suwabe as Jae-Ha, Hiro Shimono as Zeno and Yuusuke Kobayashi as Soo-won.   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/10/25/funimation-adds-akatsuki-no-yona-anime-closing-song/

FUNimation Adds ‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Anime Opening Song, Promo

FUNimation has gotten a couple of episodes of  Akatsuki no Yona , aka  Yona of the Dawn , up on their service so far and are moving on to the next phase of promoting it through YouTube. Sometimes a bit of music, a touch of animation or just the feeling of a good, clean and well done opening sequence or promo spot can entice someone to check out a series. FUNimation simulcasts the series on Tuesdays at 11am ET  here .   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/10/22/funimation-adds-akatsuki-no-yona-anime-opening-song-promo/

Crunchyroll Adds ‘Akatsuki no Yona’ For Fall 2014 Anime Lineup

Crunchyroll added another new simulcast today with the debut of  Akatsuki no Yona , which will be available every Tuesday on the service at 11am Easter Time for premium members and a week later for free members. Crunchyroll has some really good availability for the series as it will be available worldwide except Asia.   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/10/07/crunchyroll-adds-akatsuki-no-yona-for-fall-2014-anime-lineup/

‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Anime Getting Two Seasons

The anime adaptation of Mizuho Kusanagi’s manga Akatsuki no Yona , or  Yona of the Dawn , revealed its premiere date about a month ago for Tuesday, October 7th, which will be on AT-X, TOKYO MX and other broadcaster. Now things are getting a bit more interesting as it’s been revealed that the series will run for two seasons over the course of half a year. The manga began in 2009 in Hana to Yume and is still ongoing with over eleven volumes so far. The anime adaptation is being produced by Studio Pierrot with scripts by Shinichi Inotsume. The cast includes Chiwa Saito as Yona, Tomoaki Maeno as Hak Son, Junko Minagawa as Yoon, Masakazu Morita as Ki-Ja, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Shin-Ah, Junichi Suwabe as Jae-Ha, Hiro Shimono as Zeno and Yuusuke Kobayashi as Soo-won.   Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/09/30/akatsuki-no-yona-anime-getting-two-seasons/

‘Akatsuki no Yona’ Anime Adaptation Gets First Promo

We learned last week that the anime adaptation of Mizuho Kusanagi’s manga  Akatsuki no Yona , or Yona of the Dawn , will premiere in October for the fall season. Now with Comic Market 86 having happened this past weekend, the first promotional video was shown at the Marvelous Booth and has found its way online. The manga began in 2009 in Hana to Yume and is still ongoing with over eleven volumes so far. The anime adaptation is being produced by Studio Pierrot with scripts by Shinichi Inotsume. The cast includes Chiwa Saito as Yona, Tomoaki Maeno as Hak Son, Junko Minagawa as Yoon, Masakazu Morita as Ki-Ja, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Shin-Ah, Junichi Suwabe as Jae-Ha, Hiro Shimono as Zeno and Yuusuke Kobayashi as Soo-won.  Read More... //www.fandompost.com/2014/08/18/akatsuki-no-yona-anime-adaptation-gets-first-promo/